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Watch surprised Cristiano Ronaldo get ID’d by Euro 2020 security guard as Portugal superstar forgets to flash his pass

NOT even Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo could get past Euros security guard without showing his ID.

Ronaldo cut a surprised look as an official gestured to have the Juventus forward show his pass.

A quick glance saw the 36-year-old carry on down the tunnel before Portugal played Hungary in their opening game.

The reigning champions left it late as they kicked off their campaign with a 3-0 win.

Raphael Guerreiro opened the scoring on 84 minutes before Ronaldo's double put the result beyond doubt.

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid man made headlines before the game after he removed Coca-Cola bottles at a press conference table.

He instead shouted 'drink water' in a move which saw the soft drink company lose $4BILLION in value.

On the field, Ronaldo celebrated becoming the European Championships all-time top scorer with 11 goals.

Gary Neville, who spent six years with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner at Old Trafford, led the tributes.

He said on ITV: "It's an obscene record. I mean, 106 goals for his country is absolutely ridiculous.


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"He just continues to beat individual record after individual record.

"I said before the game, when players give interviews quite often they refer to the team.

"He does refer to the team always, but he also wants to be the best player in the world and seen as one of the greatest of all time in terms of scoring more goals than anyone. And he'll go and do it."

Paul Pogba mirrors Cristiano Ronaldo’s Coca-Cola snub and removes Heineken bottle from Euro 2020 press conference

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